The echo of the peasant movement arose on Wednesday in both houses of parliament as well as in Kandela in Jind. In the mahapanchayat, the farmers declared that they will continue the fight and win. BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that right now they are demanding the return of agricultural laws, what will the government do when they demand the throne. We will not talk to any minister now, PM and Home Minister should come forward. The government released the arrested youth before the talks. He also said that when a king is afraid, the fort is closed. The nail that is placed on the border is not done even for the enemy. Farmers will lie on it and cross it. Uproot the nails and place them in the chaupal, so that it can show the future generation. On the issue of shortening the negotiating committee, he said that horses are not changed in the middle battle. Those who are members of the committee will remain there. Tikait was speaking from the stage when the stage broke. However, no one has suffered a major injury. On the other hand, the government has extended the internet ban in 5 districts Kaithal, Jind, Rohtak, Sonipat, and Jhajjar till 5 pm on February 4. At the same time, the Morcha announced that panchayats would be held across the country.